About 35,000 Volkswagen cars will be recalled in China

About 35,000 Volkswagen cars will be recalled in China

June 19, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The Chinese media and the local division of the German concern announced the launch of a large-scale recall company. In the Middle Kingdom will be withdrawn about 35 thousand Volkswagen cars due to seat belts.

Volkswagen Beetle is a legendary model of a German company, whose history has been around for many decades, and is still being sold. And the Chinese market was very supportive of the compact model, and is the main one for the model to date. But unfortunately, now the production of the model will be stopped, because of the fall in demand.

Despite the fact that the model ceases to be sold, no one took the guarantee from the concern. Therefore in China 35,386 cars of model Beetle released from 2012 till 2014 respond. The cause of the recall were the possible malfunctions of the seat belts. This was reported on Monday by the Xinhua News Agency with reference to the Main Customs Administration of China.

Within the revocable company will be a full diagnosis of security systems, the replacement of all faulty seat belts, as well as final diagnostics, to exclude any possibility of a threat to safety through the fault of the manufacturer.

All repair work will be carried out exclusively at the expense of the automaker, and owners of recalled vehicles will be notified of the need to visit the dealer center privately. Also on the local portal of the car manufacturer will be published a list of VIN-codes, which can be independently read.

According to the official announcement, it became clear that the recall of cars will begin only on October 15, 2018. Since the time the company prepares a stock of necessary spare parts for its holding. Now there is not a single recorded case of injuries due to a detected malfunction.

It also became known that Volkswagen will use the most advanced quantum computers for battery development. These technologies will help the company model long molecular chains, and predict their behavior.